Cut Back On Toilet Paper Costs

I have three daughters and I was spending between $20-25 a month on toilet paper alone. A friend of mine and I decided to try something new. We call them “wipettes.”

I cut up old socks, t-shirts, towels, etc. into squares and put them in a basket near the toilet. We use these for urine only. My monthly cost has dropped to less than $10 a month. I hang a plastic grocery bag on the roll rack. We wash them once a week in hot water with soap. The bags of used “wipettes” have not developed bad odors in a week's time. We also have a septic system and less paper helps with that as well. It seems odd as first, but after awhile it becomes natural like other things in the house.

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